aristotle investments: It’s Not as Difficult as You Think
In many ways, I have always been interested in investing. I love the process of investing but I am also a realist. Realistic enough to not be too enthusiastic about the outcome.
I’m a firm believer in investing. I consider it a kind of spiritual exercise, one that has the potential to save a good many people from poverty. Not just in my mind though, but in many others too. When I say “investments” I mean stocks of various kinds (or even bonds) that are traded on an exchange, rather than an individual basis.
As it turns out, my interest in investing was piqued when I was a student in college. The only investment that held any interest for me was the stocks of my alma mater, the University of California at Irvine. The stock market had been on a rollercoaster ride for years at that point and my adviser was very much against the idea of investing in a company. I didn’t know what I was missing since the stock market had been a wild rollercoaster for years.
However, what a company did to its employees was of little importance to me. It was the company itself that I viewed as being important to me. Even now, after a couple of years of watching the stock market, I still can’t seem to get over my bias against allocating too much money to the stock market. I know what the market is and I know what stocks are and have a vested interest in staying the course.
I think many people are over-invested in the stock market. I think they think the bull market is a sign of success that can be followed by a bull market. I think they think they are smarter than the rest of us and they think that with enough money, they can buy any stock. However, as with everything else, you have to put in money to get what you want.
And, with stocks, I think that it is easy to get into a market. You invest with the hope that you will earn a return over time, which you do. And then the stock market goes up and down with the stock market. It is a cyclical nature of the stock market. You can get into it with the hope that the bull market will continue for a while, but eventually you will have to learn to trust the market and the economy and the market will be very volatile.
I still believe in the power of compound interest. If you invest in a home, you can get a good return over time. Maybe it is because you invest a lot of money that you have to invest in a home to get the return you want over time.
I think it is because we invest in homes because we buy things that will be useful for years to come. Houses are expensive, so if you have the money, you want to buy the best possible house. But it can be hard to get the best house. Even with a great mortgage, the difference between a great mortgage and a bad one can be huge. I’m not saying it’s impossible to get a great mortgage, but it can be hard to get it.
Aristotle’s “investments” will be a huge part of his life in the sequel to “Life on the Line.” Aristotle is a good guy with a great wife. His goal is to buy land that will enable him to start his own business. But that isn’t the only thing.
The sequel to Life on the Line will also feature the return of his wife, a new house, and an opportunity to build a company. Aristotles goal is to buy land in the future that will provide him with capital. But this time he aims to invest in the future, not just the present.